With its solid experience in coproduction, Tarantula in Luxembourg centres its editorial policy around a successful script and good human relationships between producers and directors. To see these artistically ambitious projects through to fruition, Tarantula combines its expertise with that of other European countries.
Its first feature film which was noticed in the official selection at the Cannes Film Festival (in Un Certain Regard), “A Piece of sky” by Bénédicte Liénard, opened the way to international opportunities for Tarantula.
Since then, Tarantula has been contributing to the vitality of audio-visual production with films like “Private Property” by Joachim Lafosse, “Carré Blanc” by Jean-Baptiste Leonetti, “Mobile Home” by François Pirot, as well as “Fratricide” by Yilmaz Arslan (winner of the Silver Leopard at Locarno in 2004) and more recently "A Wedding" by Stephan Streker, or «Clownwise» by Viktor Taus and «A real Vermeer» by Rudolf Van Den Berg, both supported by Eurimages.

Skill set

  • film production
  • film coproduction
  • movies